|Sport country Australia|
Highest ranking 94
Name Steve Mifsud
|Century breaks 7|
Career winnings £13,480
|Born August 25, 1972 (age 43)
Australia (1972-08-25) |
Professional 1991–1994, 1998/99, 2002–2005, 2007/08, 2014–
Current ranking 122 (as of 1 December 2015)
Highest break 129 (2003 UK Championship Qualifying)
Geelong open 8 ball 2010 final james mifsud v steve mifsud
Steve Mifsud (born 25 August 1972 in Australia) is a Maltese Australian professional snooker player.
- Geelong open 8 ball 2010 final james mifsud v steve mifsud
- Anzac 2011 last 8 mick hill v steve mifsud
Anzac 2011 last 8 mick hill v steve mifsud
He was a winner of the IBSF World Amateur Championship in Cairo, Egypt in 2002, beating Tim English 11–6 in the final which enabled him to get on the main tour for the 2002/2003 season, although he later dropped off. He was runner-up to Mark Allen in the same event two years later.
He got back onto the main tour for the 2007/2008 season by finishing top of the Australian rankings. Again he dropped off immediately, winning just one match in the six knockout tournaments.
Steve was Neil Robertson's partner in the 2011 World Cup where he helped Australia reach the quarter-finals. He, along with his brother James, was given a wildcard for Australian Open, where he lost 2-5 to Dominic Dale.
In 2014 Mifsud won the Oceania Snooker Championship, regaining his Main Tour place for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.